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Ed.M., Harvard University Graduate School of Education, 1996
B.A., Tufts University, 1990
Magno, C. (2013). Comparative
perspectives on international school leadership: Policy, preparation
and practice. New York, NY: Routledge, Inc.
Magno, C. (2002). The new pythian
voices: Women building political capital in NGOs in the Middle
East. New York, NY: Routledge, Inc.
Magno, C. & Kirk, J. (2010).
Sight unseen: Mining images of girls’ education. Girlhood
Magno, C. & Schiff, M.
(2010). Culturally-responsive leadership: Best practice in integrating
students. Intercultural Education 21(1), 87-91.
Magno, C. (2009).
Re-imagining a school leadership paradigm in the post-socialist context. European
Education: Issues and Studies 43(1), 23-41.
Magno, C. (2008). Refuge from
crisis: Refugee women build political capital. Globalisation, Societies
and Education 6(2), 119-130.
Magno, C. & Kirk, J.
(2008). Imaging girls: Visual methodologies and messages for girls’ education.
Compare: A Journal of Comparative Education 38(3), 349-362.
Magno, C. & Silova, I.
(2007). Teaching in transition: Examining school-based gender inequities in the
post-Socialist region. Journal of International Educational Development 27(6), 647-660.
Silova, I. & Magno, C.
(2004). Gender equity unmasked:
Revisiting democracy, gender, and education
Central/Southeastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Comparative Education
Review 48(4), 417-442.
Magno, C. (2002). Minding the political
gap: The educational imperative of NGOs.
Current Issues in
Comparative Education [Online], 5(1). Available at: http://www.tc.columbia.edu/cice/vol5nr1
/cm151.html [January 2003].
Gerson, J., Gubuan, D., Magno, C., Nakano,
M., Newton, S. & Susa, F. 1997, Winter. Codes for
interpersonal and intergroup relations in a world of conflict and change. Holistic Education Review,
Magno, C. & Kazimzade, E.
(2014). Women as school leader
entrepreneurs in Azerbaijan. In Asian
educational leadership and leadership education, Jamaliah Abdul Hamid and Narcisa Paredes-
Canilao, Eds. Diliman, Quezon City: University of Philippines Press.
Magno, C. (2007). Res
publica revisited: Gendered empowerment in NGOs. In The Agency and
Structure of Women’s Education, Mary Ann Maslak, Ed. New York: SUNY Press.
Magno, C. (forthcoming,
2015). Educational leadership in global context. In Educational Leadership
Perspectives, Norris Haynes, Sousan Arafeh
and Jess Gregory, Eds. Lanham, MD: University Press
McDaniels, C. & Magno, C. (forthcoming, 2015). Leadership and social justice. In Educational
Leadership Perspectives, Norris Haynes, Sousan Arafeh and Jess Gregory, Eds. Lanham, MD:
University Press of America.
Magno, C. (2011). Systemic learning
communities and social capital in the William Caspar Graustein
Memorial Fund: A descriptive case study. Hamden, CT: WCG Memorial Fund.
Magno, C. & Kirk, J. with UNICEF
Division of Communications. (2009). Images of Girls and Girls’
Education: ‘Re-viewing’ and Rethinking. New York, NY: UNICEF Publications.
Magno, C., Silova, I. & Wright, S. with
E. Demeny. (2003). Open Minds: Opportunities for Gender
Equity in Education
in Central and South Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Budapest,
Hungary: Open Society Institute.